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next, make copies of all of your important paperwork in case you need the u.s. supreme court hearing on california's same- sex marriage ban. inside -- and expert
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analysis on which way the justices might be leaning. all. while hundreds gather right now on the streets of i'm pam moore -- the news is next. (male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. >> happening right now. supporters of same sex marriage gathering in san francisco as the supreme court hears a legal challenge to california's proposition eight. >> "same-sex couples are considered second rate, different, unequal, and not okay" >> pam: kron four has the arguments. the reaction from the court and analysis of how well teach side made its case. our team coverage starts now with kron 4's dan kerman. dan. >> reporter: as expected the court seemed divided on the issue. liberal members of the court appearing to not buy the argument that marriage is about procreation and as such should not be afforded to same sex couples. the court released audio of the hearing. and here is an exchange on the procreation topic between the justices and prop 8 attorney charles cooper.
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>> there are lots of people that get married that cannot have her children. to have a state that allows ado what is te justification? >> the concern is that they are defining marriage as a gender. will separate its abiding connection to its historic appropriation and it will refocus the definition of marriage away from the raising of children. into the emotional needs and desires of adults. >> mr. cooper, supposedly because we think that the focus of marriage should be under procreation, we are not going to give marriage licenses anywhere anymore were those people are over the age of 55 years old.
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would that be constitutional? if you are over the age of 55? you do not have the regulation of procreation of marriage. why is that different? >> the site of fidelity. you can finish your answer. >> it is desired, your honor to make it less likely that either party will engage in procreative conduct outside of that marriage. on the other side of the coin. on the other side of the coin conservatives sai same sex marriage is relatively new, and not something to rush into and some even questioned if marriage is something that eveyone is entitled to. here's an exchange between the justices and ted olson, the attorney opposing prop 8
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>> i am curious when did it become unconstitutional to exclude homosexuality or couples? was it the year, 1791? 1868? was it the 14th amendment. >> was this a form of a rhetorical comment. was it a rhetorical, to unconstitutionally allow the regional---by racial couple. for the equal adoption laws adopted. . >> i cannot answer that question and i do not.. i can tell you now is that the case that is before you today is weather or not california can take the individuals based on their characteristics, their distinguishing characteristics. remove from
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them, the privacy, and to discourage orality and identity. >> reporter: we also heard questions from both sides as to whether the backers of prop 8 even have the legal standing to appeal the ruling striking down the ban if they ruled they did not, the lower court ruling striking down the ban in california would likely take hold allowing marriages to resume. as for justice anthony kennedy. his comments appeared to stradle both sides of the aisle. on the one hand voicing his opposition for allowing same sex marriage nationwide. and yet at the same time indicating banning same sex marriage hurts the more than 40-thousand children being raised by same sex couples in california. we'll hear his exact words on that topic coming up tonight at 6. a decsion from the court is expected in june. pam >> pam: joining us now legal analyst - attorney jim hammer.
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it seemed like there were all over the map what is your impression? >> i think that what is most surprising is that this was going to be a broad sweeping decision. in history or was it going to be a narrow decision only impacting california. the big surprise today was a mix of left and right justices. about weather or not this should even be there. there was somebody from kennedy perhaps the swing vote. and at the end of the day.. >> pam: thanks jim -- you will be back at 5-30. we'll get more of your reaction to todays proposition eight supreme court hearing. >> catherine: outside the court, a huge crowd waited as the lawyers made their arguments. and emotions were running high.
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>> "can two women reproduce? can two men reproduce? let's be respectful and understand the institution of marriage." >> "gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender -- they deserve equal rights -- they deserve to be able to be married from one end of this country to the other." after the hearing, plaintiffs and attorneys stepped up to the microphone to give their arguments a final spin. today we feel we clearly presented the winning case for marriage. we believe proposition 8 is constitutional. i think the most remarkable thing that happened in there, was that there was no attempt to defend the ban on gay and lesbian marriage.
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there was no indication of any harm. two of the plaintiffs challenging the law are a couple from berkeley raising their four boys together. we look forward to a day when proposition 8 is finally and officially eliminated and equality is restored to the state of california. it hurts gays and lesbians in california, it hurts the children we are raising and it does so for no good reason on behalf of myself and twin brother, say how incredibly proud we are of our parents. we love them, we love our family, look forward to the day when treated equally, families >> catherine: many of the same partisans will be back outside the court tomorrow: that's when the justices will hear arguments for and against the defense of marriage act. doma, as it's known - is the federal law defining marriage as a legal condition available only to >> pam: right now -- a rally is underway in support of same-sex marriage. kron 4's vicki liviakis is there tonight -- vicki? >> reporter: we can get a sense of the same right know it is a small gathering it with only 30-40 people but it is growing. i spoke with the organizer, billy
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bradford. they have pretty strong feelings. let us listen. >> does this pursley impact to in any way? >> do not make me cry on camera it will not -- pursley impact me. however, if it does feel strongly about the constitution and the rest of the wrong with me because i am gay. or families. i have several problems with being gay is not one. >> reporter: this rally is beginning to grow. we will bring you as updates continue. reporting live, vicki liviakis, kron 4 news. >> pam: our tech reporter gabe slate. is in the newsroom. monitoring the online reaction to todays supreme court hearing. gabe, what are you finding? >> social networking
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trending with thousands of people changing their profile pictures. on social media to this simple. this pink equals. in front of the capital this signifying the supreme court hearing. they started using this as their profile picture. and even big-name personalities like actor, george takei... this began as an online rally. there is a lot more going on right now state- owned will have more at 5:30. >> pam: as you can imagine, all the main social networks were lit up today with people talking about this historic event. changed their profile pictures today on facebook, twitter, and various other
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social networks to this symbol. this pink equal sign over a red back ground is a symbol of support of same-sex the symbol was created this morning by the human rights campaign, their normal symbol is yellow and blue they made it red for today's people started changing their profiles to this symbol. then some big name like actor george takei from star trek, did it and from there. it spread like wild this symbol today essentailly became an online rally. there is a lot more to tell you about happening on the web related to the hearing back at 5:30 with more we will air the full audio channel - tonight at 7-pm. developing right now. a standoff has just ended in morgan hill. kron 4's rob fladeboe is on the scene -- he joins us on the phone with details. what do we know? >> reporter: this couple has. it themselves in an upstairs apartment. and if it looked like a swat team. surrounding this structure. and a man and woman were being led away in handcuffs. they say that he is a
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parolees. and he was discovered as part of this information with his bottle registrations. in his automobile -- registration-. and it does not look like he was in custody all the woman refused to leave ou.. to road that was blocked off is now being reopened. reporting live, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> pam: shall police have released this sketchkron four's terisa estacio big moment. terisa? month old baby. this is that sketch. police say. the woman stole a jeep on amador court around 6:30 yesterday morning. there was an 11- month old baby in the back seat. they say, the suspect is hispanic, in her late
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thirties or early forties. and about five -feet -five drawn the baby and car were found later. around noon yesterday. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. the baby being safely taken into a hosptial yesterday. shortly afterward the child -- who you see here --- was reunited with her mother -- unharmed. >> a young girl hit by arrow in the east bay, while visiting the lawrence hall of science. now the search is on for the archer behind the attack. then a former south bay daycare teacher. in court. how she pled to the charges of trying to drug children -- to make them take a nap. and you are looking live at a rally -- happening now in support of same sex marriage. it's on the very day the u.s. supreme court heard arguments on prop 8. live team coverage at 5-30. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf...
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>> the manhunt is on for the person who shot and killed a woman in west oakland. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. of the shooting
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that happened in broad daylight. outside a family market on 12th street near peralta. police are reviewing the stores surveillance video, and say the motive of the shooting is unknown at this time. no word of the victims identity. this is oakland's 19th homicide of the year. an odd story in the east bay tonight. an 8 year old girl is recovering this evening after someone shot her sending an "arrow" through her leg. it happened as the girl was playing outside of the lawrence hall of science at u-c berkeley. kron 4's j.r. stone has the latest from oakland childrens hospital. >> reporter: this-this girl did not lose feeling in her leg after the gunshot. >> we saw that it was a regulation and.. it propelled with the narrow still stuck in her leg.
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>> it was probably about 20 in. and it went all the way through in and out the other. >> i hope they found who did this. >> she was pretty calm she was crying a little bit. but as she was waiting for the emergency personnel >> i felt horrible for her she was so small. but she seemed subdued. she had a little sunglasses on. >> it was some idiot who was not paying attention or maybe they were being malicious. why would you chance this? >> reporter: police are investigating a car crash that killed a man in san jose. in oakland, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: this man was found on fire this was right for
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4:04 a.m.it happened on the monterey highway. near curtner there could of been a suicide associated. a man is dead after he was found on fire. on a just before four a-m, about a fire on a trail just over highway -29 near trancas >> teacher accused of putting sleeping pills. in the 'sippy cups' of children at a childcare center, was in court today. kron four's rob fladeboe tells you about the plea entered by deborah gratz. and what prosecutors are saying say about the case. wearing a black jacket over a pink blouse and free on supervised 'own recognizance' since her arrest earlier this month, 59-year-old deborah gratz, of hollister, stood quietly during her brief arraignment at the south county courthouse in morgan hill. the veteran daycare teacher showed no emotion as her attorney entered a plea of not guilty. prosecutors have charged gratz with ten misdemeanor counts of child endangerment and assault.
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gratz was fired from her job here at the kiddie academy daycare center after her arrest earlier this month for allegedly spiking the sippy-cups of at least five one and 2-year-old children with the over-the-counter sleep aid 'sominex.' the judge ordered gratz to have no unsupervised contact with any unrelated minors until prosecutors would not discuss whether there is evidence of any prior drugging episodes but that kiddie academy parents feel betrayed. >> about the trust they placed in this woman. and i am sure that the parents are very concerned for their children. we are concerned with the possibility of this woman that is out there.
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inducing small children with the sleeping pills. >> reporter: as a supporter tried to keep cameras away, neither gratz or her attorney would comment as they left court. in morgan hill, rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> pam: there were some angry daycare parents in the courtroom. they're considering legal children were harmed. >> to me, something serious test to be done. i do not think that probation is enough. my daughter could have passed out or even had seek t seizures --. >> pam: we'll hear more from those daycare parents about their worries. coming up on kron 4 news at six. >> jacqueline: we did see some clearing has will look offshore. another system that is pressing offshore is not that evident. the rainfall, is going to be
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spotty, at best. through it 9:00, some raid over oakland. however, still light which-rain possible over oakland. --. again, hit or miss. the same with shower activity here, there. the biltmore organized on thursday morning. as we take a look our high temperatures for tomorrow. similar to today. 60s in the most part. 56 along the coast, 66 degrees in napa. a look at your extended forecast with spotty showers perth a better chance of rainfall this weekend. it looks like it sunday will be a bit cooler go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates. www.kron4.com
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>> catherine: it's a sensational murder case that just doesn't go away. today - italy's supreme court ruled that american amanda knox should stand trial again. for the death of her former roommate in italy. meredith kercher was killed in 2007. knox and her former italian convicted - and then acquitted - of kercher's knox has been back home in seattle since 20-11.and does not have to be at the new but - it's not absolutely clear whether she'd be extradited to italy if she's again convicted. one of her attorneys says she's "shocked and saddened - but ready to fight."
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(male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at 5-30. the two-day showdown over same-sex marriage began today in washington. the supreme court heard oral arguments on proposition 8, a approved by california voters, that banned same- sex marriage in that state after courts had previously ruled they were legal. torri dunnan is live in washington d.c. >> reporter: pam, today the justices heard oral arguments for a defense that secured the drama inside was
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well matched to from the action outside. >> this flight went all the way to the supreme court on proposition 8. the ban on same-sex marriage in california if that is constitutional. if the justices were ready with their questions? >> if they decide it is this discrimination? or irrational. why are we not treating this the same..? >> you want us to make a decision rendering the decision on the constitution of marriage? >> these people stated their case. >> labeling their most cherished relationships thus second-rate, different on the equal and not okay. >> on the other side lawyers
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representing proposition 8. >> we believe that proposition 8 is constitutional and the decision to keep remaking this is with the people. >> reporter: there were not even aware or convinced that the court should be involved. >> that would mean that same-sex marriage would become illegal in california but there would be no broader ruling for the rest of the country. >> reporter: emotions running high outside. are to men or two women together able to reproduce? >> reporter: the support shown that this is on the rise for public opinion that they have the ability to make history. pam, this will make the difference and impact on the many different things on the actual definition of marriage. >> pam: you spoke of the demonstrators that were outside. were they
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contentious? between both sides. ? >> reporter: pam, you really hit of the nail on the head, there were hundreds of supporters on both sides of the aisle. it would be safe to assume that they did not come to an agreement. it was heated at times but there were some major police presence. making sure that everything quantifying. >> pam: i would imagine that the police would also be on hand tomorrow. and also, jim hammer our legal analyst is here. let us talk about this issue of standing. >> it is incredibly unusual apparently are seeing is really it is a difficult process for both of the court and there is a however, 's
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argument is a questionable about the justices on the opposite side should this really be here? in the supreme court. they are but a bit uncomfortable on being here with this decision. >> pam: what is the role of politics and all of this? public opinion? >> there are nine different justices from different presidents is, different backgrounds but they are not blind and dumb. they watch the news. they watch the development of society. and i think that the majority of the americans are supporting same-sex marriage. some prominent republicans what should the administration say? dick cheney? >> pam: meg whitman? >> exactly. >> are they going to be getting ahead of public opinion or they going to be able for the state to decide? >> pam: to percolate?
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>> it was one from president obama it was a bit surprising dodamayer.. >> and what happened going forward from today and the month of june. are they going to have a meeting? >> those nine different justices. they will have a conversation and they will have the votes. that vote will tell us whoever is in the majority will have the most senior justice. he/she. and another surprise is that they could make a change of their mind. perhaps june, july we will hear something. >> pam: supporters, in san francisco should they be optimistic or quarter optimism? >> i think that going forward if they should-- quarter optimism. --. cool
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their optimism --. perhaps a bit more limited.. comes california state has been fighting this maybe they will be a bit more limited but this issue is not going to go away. this year? the supreme court will decide if same-sex marriage will have this right. >> pam: jim, thank you for your analysis, jim hammer. >> catherine: former san francisco mayor gavin newsom is considered a pioneering politician on the issue of same sex marriage. he famously allowed same sex marriages in the city - until shot down by the courts. newsom has been talking about his role.and whether he thinks his support has brought the issue to where it is now. >> not a chance. i would love to say that i did. i thought in my lifetime maybe. but the idea well within a decade we'd see the kind of progress we've seen. we've seen the courage of
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people currently in elected office. it's always easy when are you out of office, to stand on principle and say you support marriage equality. >> catherine: in 2004 - california's supreme court ruled that newsom did not have the authorize city clerks to issue same sex marriage licenses. and of course the battle continues. with some supporters gathering where it all started -- the supreme court building in san francisco >> pam: vicki? >> reporter: call this symbolic the we're on the steps of the california supreme court. small but passion that group supporting same-sex marriage. billy bradford is one of the work and is organizers. (cheers & applause) >> for me, that is correct
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we are family people we are not wild. these people have jobs. we actually have a sense of maggiore. we think that this is the right time of history. >> reporter: we have a sense of--joy reporting live, vicki liviakis, kron 4 news. gabe slate tech report is monitoring the online poll on the social media what are people saying? >> the talk is flooding into social media. about what is happening. here is what is trending online.
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many of the same partisans will be back outside the court tomorrow: right now -- a rally is our tech reporter gabe slate. is in the newsroom. monitoring the online court hearing. as you can imagine, all the main social networks were talking about this historic -- thousands of people have twitter, and various other social networks to this symbol. this pink equal sign over a red back ground is a symbol of support of same-sex marriage. the symbol was created this morning by the human rights campaign, their normal symbol is yellow and blue they made it red for today's hearing people started changing their profiles to this symbol. then some big name personalities on facebook like actor george takei from star trek, did it and from there. it spread like wild fire through social networks this symbol today essentailly became an online rally. there is a lot more to tell you about happening on the web related to the hearing today, stay tuned i'll be back at 5:30 with more >> also, these are exact
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examples of children of same-sex couples. also, this is from group on.. the support marriage equality they are based in the state of illinois. gabe slate tech report >> pam: we will air the full audio recording from today's su.s. upreme court hearing on kron4's 24-7 bay area news the hearing will be on a continous loop throught 4- you can watch it on comcast channel 193 -- and it is also streaming online at kron-4-dot com. >> jacqueline: we are seeing some partly cloudy skies. the rainfall is on the way what we can expect for your wednesday. mom, i invited justin over for lunch.
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>> pam: now for today's market update.
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another strong report on the housing market lifted stocks today. housing prices rose in january at the fastest pace since the summer of 2006. before the housing bubble burst. here is a look at the closing numbers. the dow had its biggest gain it rose 111 points to close at 14-thousand-559. the nasdaq rose 17 points. and the s-and-p 500 gained 12 points. to close within just one point of its all- time high. and remember you can watc temperatures in the 40's and the '50s. mostly clear skies and spotty shower activity. again on thursday. the chance of steady rain fall and widespread for the weekend. fourth, this time it out. by 5:00 p.m., first, some showers. and in the east bay over oakland. that is when the rainfall will become more widespread. still, spotty and for the bay shore. for the evening
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commute. light through the north bay. and the east bayshore. 8:00, still spotty at best. wednesday, towards thursday. as for temperatures? not expected to get that chilly. . temperatures will be in the 60s for most of the bay area. as for the sierras? mainly rainfall. and we can see that this is just a sliver of snowfall. it is going to be quite warm. and tomorrow, that rainfall will continue and it will stay that way for thursday morning. there is a chance of showers on/off. temperatures at the lake level will be quite warm. mid '50s. as we take a look
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at our extended forecast. 60s. spotty showers tomorrow, thursday and the chance of some better rainfall for saturday and sunday. www.snowbomb.com would do not have any new snowfall to talk about. it has been mainly rainfall for the last 24 hours. kirkwood if you'd like more information www.snowbomb.com remember, the weather forecast whenever it is convenient for you on our 24/7 bay area news channel. it's on comcast 193 and you can also watch it live on kron4.com. >> pam: medium heavy on the golden gate bridge but it is moving well. the james lick, also very heavy on the top of your screen. the 80 is barely moving in the slow on the 101.
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the san mateo bridge, the headlights are east bound. on the san mateo bridge and the bay bridge toll plaza all land walnut creek. we can see the 6 80/24 interchange.
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>> now at six: >> we are not wild eyed crazy people. >> pam: supporters of same sex marriage rally in san francisco. the legal fight over california's proposition eight reaches the highest
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>> i think they are gonna uphold the 9th circuit appeal court and i think same sex marriages as early as late june in california and hopefully it will expand thin beyond that. (male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: same-sex marriage supporters gathering in san francisco tonight. this is a live look in front of the california supreme court building where a rally is underway. a two-day showdown over same-sex marriage began today in washington d-c. faxthe supreme court heard oral arguments on prop 8, approved by california voters, that banned same- sex marriage in that state after courts had previously ruled they were legal. kron4's dan kerman has audio recordings from today's supreme court hearing. dan? >> reporter: a very divided supreme court peppered attorneys on both sides of the issue with questions for an hour and 19 minutes. the court released audio of
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the hearing. among the more heated exchanges was this one between the chief justice and ted olson, the attorney opposing prop 8 the topic the word marriage and whether it's really that important >> it is just about the label in this case? >> is just above the label. >> the label, marriage means something. if you tell it a child that somebody has to be their friend. do you suppose that you force them but it changes the definition of a friend. that, seemed to be up what supporters of proposition 8. they just insist on changing the definition. >> it is like that you can say you can travel but you can probably cannot be a citizen. there are certain labels in this country that are very, very critical. you cannot get married but you can have an interracial
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unions everybody knows that that is wrong because marriage as a status. >> pam >> the justices and prop 8 attorney charles cooper also had an exchange about whether allowing same sex marriage nationwide could harm children while justice antonin scalia makes the point that it's too early to tell justice anthony kennedy who is believed to be the swing vote seems to be stradling both sides of the issue. on the one hand saying we don't the potential harm of legalizing same sex marriage and on the other hand saying children of same sex couples are already being harmed because their parents are not allowed to marry. >> if you read the fine marriage to include same-sex marriage is you must follow adoptions. >> there are room for disagreements among sociologists of what the benefits would be to raise a child with a single sex
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parent. if that is harmful to the child or not. i take no position on weather or not it is harmful or not. it is certainly true that there is no scientific answer to that question at this point in time. >> that, your honor is what the point that i'm trying to make. it is the despondent, to prove a russian oil you bet on irrational -- view. that is beyond debate. >> i think that it is substantial debate on weather or not that history should play a role on this. on the other hand, there is an immediate legal injury or legal what could be a legal injury and that is the voice of these children. there are 40,000 children in
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california or according to the statistics. that live with same-sex parents and, they want their parents to have full recognition and status. what is important for their children is important in this case. >> we would not dispute the importance of that situation. >> reporter: the liberal wing of the court also suggested procreation is not a legitimate argument for keeping marriage as it is now. now the court could rule same sex marriage legal just in california, or all over the nation they could rule the ban is legal. but there is also a 4th option. that backers of the ban don't have the legal standing to appeal in the first place there was a lot of talk about that during the hearing. if the court rules that way, the lower court ruling over turning the ban would likely take effecting and marriages would be allowed to begin in california. a decision is due sometime in june. pam
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>> pam: happening right now -- crowds are gathering in san francisco. in support of same-sex marriage. kron 4's vicki liviakis is live outside the california supreme court building -- >> reporter: pam, this is the second hour of this rally. (cheers & applause) passionate, spirited! the group behind the is " to get equal ". they want equal rights. and the day that the u.s. supreme court is looking at the issue of same sex marriage. let us hear from the organizer, brad bedford. >> why do i have to live in the same area, or the same drinking fountain use the same drinking fountain, same altho city boss? >> we are no different. city -- bus using the same public transportation is the same concept.
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>> reporter: reporting live, vicki liviakis, kron 4 news. >> catherine: former san francisco mayor gavin newsom is considered a pioneering politician on the issue of same sex marriage. he famously allowed same sex marriages in the city - until shot down by the courts. newsom has been talking about his role.and whether he thinks his support has brought the issue to where it is now. >> not a chance. i would love to say that i did. i thought in my lifetime maybe. but the idea well within a decade we'd see the kind of progress we've seen. we've seen the courage of people currently in elected office. it's always easy when are you out of office, to stand on principle and say you support marriage equality. >> catherine: in 2004 - california's supreme court ruled that newsom did not have the authority to authorize city clerks to issue same sex marriage licenses. and of course the battle continues. with some supporters gathering where it all started -- the supreme court building in san francisco >> pam: we will air the full
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audio recording from today's supreme court hearing on kron4's 24-7 bay area news channel tonight at 7-pm. it'll be on a continuous loop through 4-am. you can watch it on comcast channel 193 -- also streaming online at kron-4- dot com. at the golden gate bridge. tonight is the last evening place to collect money for drivers crossing the bridge. the bridge will switch over to all- electronic toll collection. tonight atkron 4's terisa estacio is live at the golden gate bridge. where they are counting down to the big change-over.
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>> reporter: of have this right after midnight. this is why they are doing away because of traffic. we are showing you with a video of course that is not the main reason. the main reason is financial costs a lot of money to have the toll workers. a to eliminating them will save money. earlier, i spoke with the bridge of spokespersons for per. how about how this transition is smooth. >> all of the functionality of the people i point options has been under testing for it 60 days and everything is working perfectly on the technology side. this is really an objection of fast track. it is capturing the license plate number and account number or type of payment. or you will get a toll and voice in the mail. this is a
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trend of what is going on and do not worry. keep driving. the fastrak lines will be gone. the toll collections will be gone. cannot stop. -- do not stop. >> reporter: that is the message, do not stop. again, let us focus your attention on these workers at the bridge toll. there is going to be some steps that they are going to have to take to make this transition seamless. coming up at kron 4 news at 8:00 p.m. reporting live at the golden gate bridge, terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: we did see some partly cloudy skies and temperatures on the mild side. 60's and 70's. closer to the coast, warmer than
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yesterday but still as we take a live look outside of the golden gate. partly cloudy but clearer conditions for downtown and as we take a look the satellite. we cannot really tell definitively. this will impact us, which yes, some spotty showers are possible. so there will be increase clouds and mild temperatures. tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies and spotty showers throughout the day but especially for the early afternoon. the same deal on saturday with a steady rain fall on the weekend will time it out on futurecast, coming up. >> pam: the morgan hill daycare teacher accused of putting sleeping pills. in the children 'sippy cups' appeared in court. coming up how she plead. plus: a suspect who stole a car in san jose with an 11- month old girl inside is still on the loose. and: a bizarre incident at u-c berkeley. where an 8 year old girl was shot with
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>> police in san jose have now released a sketch of the woman. who kidnapped an 11-month old baby. the mother graciella quintero saw this woman standing nearby just before the jeep was taken around 6:30 monday morning. with the 11- month old baby in the back seat. police say, the suspect is hispanic, in her late thirties or early forties. and about five -feet -five they say it's not clear whether the woman knew there was a baby in the backseat around noon yesterday. and as a precaution officers took the baby to the hospital where she was reunited with her mother. >> pam: a bizarre case at u- c berkeley today. kids were
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playing on the whale outside the lawrence hall of science when an 8 year old girl was shot with a crossbow arrow. that arrow went through her leg. this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us with more from the children's hospital in oakland. >> reporter: tonight, that a child is recovering but what a morning she had. this eight year-old was planning on this whale. near the hall of science education center. there were on a field trip. at this time there were other students as well. this crossbow errol went right to her leg. >> issue was only 8 years old or 10 years old and she had that still through her leg. >> there were school kids and in this area. >> yes. it was a regular
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peril it was not a tory. >> she was crawling but she was not out of control she was -- crying. this was a regular--0 this was not a toy aero--police are not clear if this was an accident or intentional. as for the eight year-old she will stay at the hospital this evening for observation. j. r. stone reporting from oakland, kron 4 news. >> pam: the morgan hill preschool teacher accused of drugging at least 5 students in order to get them take a nap pleaded not guilty today in court. debbie gratz is facing 10 counts of child endangerment and assault. there were a number angry the hearing.they're worried about the long-term health effects their children face after being drugged. >> my granddaughter is sick
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every night. and what child do know that does that? she has not been sick since event. has she been given her this medication for all of this time? >> she would call and check on my daughter and for a caregiver to give medication in a sipping a cup who would do that? >> anything could have done that. my daughter could now start having seizures. who knows? i killed totally let down by a lot of people. i -- felt totally let down. police say gratz put sominex in sippy cups. she has been fired from the kiddie academy preschool. the school says it took appropriate action and is cooperating with the police >> jacqueline: not a bad day
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out there but the chance of spotty showers and the same on thursday. friday it will stay dry. as we take a live look, satellite and radar. we are seeing mostly clear skies. near the coast, some spotty showers. we did see a weak disturbance over night. another to the north that will impact us for tomorrow. let us take a look on futurecast. there is no rain expected. however, by 9:00 a.m., some rainfall expected over oakland. more widespread. the bayshore is impacted the coast is impacted. and hit or miss light. that will persist for the evening hours. and especially near the coast and for the bay shore. for thursday, the rain does not want to quit. temperatures
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will be warmer for the bay area. we will see upper 60s for the inland valleys. and 60s and san rafael with 50s to the coast. as for the sierras, rainfall. still seeing some rainfall. for thursday. the chance for rain will stay with us. a 30 percent chance of showers. and temperatures are quite warm. not snowfall at the lower elevations and a look at your extended forecast. showers the better chance of light, steady rain fall including easter sunday. and remember you can watch the
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profs >> catherine: it's a sensational murder case that just doesn't go away. today - italy's supreme court ruled that american amanda knox should stand trial again. for the death of her former roommate in italy. meredith kercher was killed in 2007. knox and her former italian boyfriend were first acquitted - of kercher's death. knox has been back home in seattle since 20-11.and does not have to be at the new trial. but - it's not absolutely clear whether she'd be extradited to italy if she's one of her attorneys says she's "shocked and saddened - but ready to fight." and stay with us.
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(male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: you washington d.c., a very divided court. arguments. the ban on same- sex marriage in california. the comments were an ideological with justice anthony kennedy appearing to be in the middle. on one hand saying that he does not know the potential harm if it is done nationally but at the same time. children of same-sex couples are being harmed because their parents are not allowed to be married. this decision is expected sometime in the month of june. dan kerman,
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kron 4. >> pam: same-sex marriage supporters gathering in san francisco tonight. kron4's vicki liviakis is live in front of the she's been monitoring the growing crowd. vicki? >> yes, pam. we are on the steps of the california supreme court which is a key player in this controversy. the rally is in support of same-sex marriage and that is in the whohands of same- sex they are very optimistic. if you were a betting man which would you think that it is going to be going? >> proposition 8 is going to be unconstitutional and doma is also going to be ruled unconstitutional. >> reporter: if it goes the other day what will you do? >> will be out here on the sidewalk with our signs. >> reporter: out here live, you can cure that this is a very spirited group. they
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will be out here until least eight pm reporting live, vicki liviakis, kron 4 news. >> pam: people have taken to social networks in droves today to talk about this historic event. kron 4's tech reporter gabe what is currently trending >> all day, these top three topics were trending with semi high-tech supreme court website releasing an mp 3 of today's arguments. you can play this audio right on their side or even doubt it. it was shared and hauling it to over and over again. one of the big topics on social me was how many people were able to get into the court room to which is this historic event. there were 250 open the secret to the general public. however,
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they started taking advantage of some of these people the way to the sober spots and made quite a profit. these seats were going around $6,000. this video has gone by row. a 12 year-old santa rosa boy. daniel has to dads has been together for 18 years and married for five years. and the slaughter, it is addressed to the chief justice. >> i would love to be able to be adopted. he gives us so much. and heat-- addressed it to a chief justice. this child addressed to chief justice. >> reporter: they supported marriage the quality and they are based in the state of illinois the group on..
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company staff. >> pam: we will air the full audio recording from today's supreme court hearing on kron4's 24-7 bay area news channel tonight at 7-pm. it'll be on a continuous loop through 4-am. you can watch it on comcast channel 193 -- also streaming online at kron-4- dot com. >> reporter: kron 4 is asking for your help. this attempted kidnapping on the 94th avenue of the victim a 9 year-old girl had been playing with other children when adult attempted to kidnap her after molesting her. the suspect dropped and ran off and drove off in his honda civic. maureen kelly, kron 4. >> in oakland this a year- old was shot with an arrow. playing outside of the hall of sci8ence. and the shooter
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has not been caught. the chair still, kron 4 news. >> reporter: at the golden gate bridge take a look. this is the last time you are going to see bridge toll collectors. that is because at midnight on tuesday the workers are going to be gone. it transitioned into exclusive electronic collection toll. they are working hard to make sure that that's transition is going to be seamless. terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: our big weather store tonight we can see cloudy skies. and through san francisco as we take a look at the satellite and radar. through the north. we can expect increasing clouds and most of those clouds is the ring
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>> gary: the warriors, the lakers they are talking about it. white howard--
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dwight. howard got a technical foul after completing it. today howard vowed retaliation saying lee, "got away with a shot." howard also said, "i will take care of it later." today lee denied it was intentional. >> i expressed to him at halftime that it was unintentional. i was surprised that he made that post-game comment and emotions get high. when both teams or claims hovere both teas are playing hard. we have bigger things to worry about. >> millionaires to not want to fight. and if the team keeps winning they are not going to shave.
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after the gameandrew bogut said if the team keeps winning they aren't gonna shave.kind of like in hockey david lee backed up bogut's plan saying, "no shaving allowed" the moratorium on shaving extends through the rest of the regular season, and if the winning continues, perhaps beyond hair for bogut go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates. sometimes, you have to make way for the young people and we of traditional news but this is faster. >> pam: [laughter] >> g what do you have against facial hair? >> jacqueline: nothing. unless it is over the top.
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>> gary: sometimes facial hair is something to cover up something. >> jacqueline: i do not know or think that that is why they are doing it. >> gary: sometimes the people grow a beard to want to cover up something. and also what else we are following is go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates. and some of us just have a kick. and i am happy to be part of this you can see my exchange with darya and the morning. and kevin johnson isn't giving up on the sacramento kings later tonight the sacramento city council is expected to vote on a deal for a new downtown arena which includes $258 million in public funding. there is also a new investor joining the sacramento group trying
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to buy the team. the seattle investment group is still considered the favorite to land the kings, but kevin johnson is certainly making it tougher on them to lure the team away tonight's city council vote is non-binding, but it would definitely send a message that sacramento is serious about keeping its team third raiders ink a big lineman the raiders have signed this behemoth of a manit's 6-foot-8 inch, 315 pound offensive lineman alex barron who was once a first round draft pick of the st. louis rams back in 2005. barron is now 30 and hasn't played in the nfl since 2010. he was benched by the cowboys that year, and then suffered a knee injury with the saints in 2011. last
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year barron was cut by seattle in training camp the 30 year old barron does have 75 career starts over his nfl career, split between left and right tackle - but is obviously a longshot at best at this point in his career. after being slighted by the denver broncos, linebacker elvis dumervil has left for greener pastures, inking a 5-year deal with the baltimore ravens worth $35 million. a week and a half ago to keep him in denver after dumervil agreed to a paycut from $12 million down to $8 million per year. but his 6 minutes late so denver voided the contract and then and offered him less today dumervil said he shoulder, it's more like a tiger woods nike has a new online ad with tiger woods which some folks are calling irresponsible. the caption on the ad reads "winning takes care of
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[laughter] >> gary: but we know that deal came in and gayle king said that we hated tiger woods.. they did not like him in the past but they feel that they have gone he has gone through his transition. and we are able to forgive them. >> pam: that this kind of how you feel? >> gary: we've all made mistakes. if you see these little media weasels. there would perhaps want to make him die because he has made a mistake. but let me ask you something. if they have left their computer screens. but if they are busy bloggin >
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